Nigeria: Daddy Showkey Begs EFCC to Release Naira Marley

Naira Marley.
16 May 2019

Popular Nigeria dance hall singer, John Asiemo a.k.a Daddy Showkey has appeal to the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) to temper justice with mercy and release music artist, Azeez Fashola a.k.a Naira Marley.

The veteran singer took to his Instagram page @daddyshowkey where he posted a video which has since gone viral.

He said "A lot of una dey call me because of Naira Marley, una dey say I nor wan put mouth for Naira Marley matter.

" Me, I nor go put my mouth for where small pikin dey insult em elders and some people dey try to make the elder look stupid when he dey talk the truth.

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"But I go only talk say pikin no go bad, we go say make them kill am. We go find a way to save am... Me,

"I go beg the EFCC make them temper justice with mercy make them look around way to go about this investigation because this young man just dey grow.

"Make em take this one to learn a lesson, make em know as he go put em mouth for word," he said.

Temper justice with mercy. This is just a young man growing up.let's not use his mistakes to spoil his career we all went through so many things growing up... .

"we can use him as a spoke man to young people against crime EFCC maybe he will learn with this #showdonsho," he wrote.

Recently, Marley and Michael Stephens a.k.a. Rugged man was being trolled on social media for speaking out against the activities of yahoo boys.

Marley was arrested by the men of the EFCC on Friday, May 10, 2019 in the company of Zlatan Ibile and three others.

On Tuesday, May 14, 2019, Zlatan Ibile and three others were released on the administrative ground while Marley was retained over overwhelming evidence against him according to the EFCC.

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